Cisco offers a comprehensive line of wireless networking products and software tools engineered to enable anywhere, anytime access to information and resources and to facilitate collaboration among employees, partners, vendors, and customers. Cisco's wireless offerings include the Small Business, Aironet and Meraki series of access points (APs), plus Cisco's Wireless Network Controller modules and standalone devices. Progent's Cisco-certified wireless experts can enable organizations of all sizes to deploy Cisco wireless solutions to accommodate the current paradigm of Bring-Your-Own-Device networks by integrating their wired and wireless networks to achieve simplified configuration, consistently high performance, centralized management, uniform policy enforcement, high availability (HA), and across-the-board security.

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The Cisco Unified Wireless Network solution can expand to up to 18,000 APs with full Layer 3 mobility across local or remote venues like enterprise campuses, university auditoriums, branch offices, and telecommuter homes. Cisco's 802.11x wireless access points and controllers are part of Cisco's Unified Wireless Network and are engineered to deliver the identical degree of protection, throughput, and manageability for wireless networks that companies expect in their wired ecosystem. This technology incorporates integrated mobility services such as Voice over IP, HD video, and secure guest connectivity. Cisco's Unified Wireless Network technology allows organizations to build Wi-Fi environments that streamline the way they work and enhance productivity via a dynamic and connected workforce.

Progent's Cisco CCIE network consultants can provide online or on-premises support to assist your organization to design, deploy, manage, upgrade, and troubleshoot converged wired and wireless network infrastructure of any size and for any venue. In addition, Progent offers affordable online and onsite wireless site surveys to assist you to plan and install a Wi-Fi LAN with custom-designed access point clusters optimized for your specific work area layout, building characteristics, and intended application.

Small Business, Aironet, Meraki and Catalyst Wireless Access Points
Cisco, Meraki and Catalyst Wireless Access Points Support ServicesCisco's Small Business, Aironet, Meraki and Catalyst lines of wireless access points enable businesses to converge wired and wireless networks to deliver the coverage, density, throughput, security compliance and ease of management required for virtually any environment. These wireless access points start at bare bones, single-band 802.11b/g/n units with throughput of 300 Mb for small companies or home offices to 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) APs suitable for handling hundreds of wireless clients on each AP and delivering sustained throughput in excess of 5 Gbps. Cisco's latest line of APs can be clustered to provide the capacity to handle sites crowded with clients and with high usage rates of video-intense apps.

Small Business Series of Wireless Access Points
Cisco Small Business Wireless Access Points Online SupportCisco's Small Business Family of access points are Linux-powered units engineered as entry-level Wi-Fi solutions for small offices. Most versions in Cisco's Small Business line of access points work with Cisco's Single Point Setup technology, which makes it possible to configure, control and repair a cluster of wireless access points from one device through a simple web browser tool. All of the versions support Power over Ethernet (POE) and provide QoS, rogue AP detection, and bridging for wirelessly connecting to another network.

The Cisco Small Business WAP121 Wireless-N AP is a wallmount, single-band 2.4GHz device that can support 16 802.11n clients, includes a Fast Ethernet port, permits up to four access pointss and 40 wireless clients in a cluster, and supports throughput of up to 300 Mbps. The Cisco Small Business WAP131 is a desktop dual-band 2.4/5 GHz 802.11n AP able to handle 16 wireless clients per radio for up to 32 wireless clients, includes a Gigabit Ethernet port, and delivers sustained data rates of 300 Mbps for each radio. The WAP131 Wireless-N does not allow clustering. Cisco's Small Business WAP150 is an entry-level Wave 1 dual-radio 802.11ac/n access point that includes a 1xGE Poe port and can handle up to 16 clients from each radio with 867 Mbps performance for 802.11ac clients and 300 Mbps for 802.11n clients. The Cisco Small Business WAP150 allows four access points per cluster.

Cisco's Small Business WAP321 Wireless-N AP is a wallmount single-band (either 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) 802.11n device with support for up to 80 active clients sharing an 8-AP cluster. The WAP321 has a GE port and can deliver a data rate of 300 Mbps for the activated radio. The Cisco WAP351 is a dual-band 802.11n wireless access point with a 5-port Gigabit Ethernet switch and can handle 32 active wireless clients on each radio for up to 64 clients, and deliver a sustained data rate of 300 Mbps per radio. The WAP351 AP does not support clustering. The Cisco WAP361 is a dual-band Wireless-AC/N access point that includes a 5-port Gigabit Ethernet LAN switch, allows 32 clients per radio, and delivers 867 Mbps performance for 802.11ac clients and 300 Mbps performance for 802.11n clients. Cisco's WAP361 allows eight WAP361 access points per cluster. Cisco's wallmount WAP371 Wireless-AC/N is a dual-radio AP that works with 802.11a/b/g/n and the new 802.11ac IEEE specification. The WAP371 includes a Gigabit Ethernet interface, can support up to 32 wireless clients on each radio, and 8 access points for each cluster.

Cisco's WAP561 802.11n Dual Radio Selectable Band access point includes one Gigabit Ethernet LAN interface and dual concurrent radios that offer 450 Mbps performance for each radio, can handle 64 devices for each radio, and allow up to 16 wireless access points per cluster. The Cisco WAP551 is similar to Cisco's WAP 561 but has a single radio selectable band (2.4 or 5.0 GHz). The Cisco WAP571 and WAP571E (the weather-proof outdoor version) are dual-band 2.4/5 GHz 802.11ac Wave 1 APs incorporating 2 x GE LAN interfaces with link aggregation, 3x3 MIMO, and up to 1.9 Gbps performance with 1300 Mbps on 802.11ac and 600 Mbps on 11n. Both wireless access points support 32 clients per radio and 16 access points on each cluster.

Cisco Small Business WAP581 Access Points Online SupportCisco Small Business WAP581 Wireless Access Points ConsultantsThe Cisco WAP581 Wireless-AC Dual Radio Wave 2 AP supports the 802.11ac Wi-Fi 5 standard and features 4x4 and 3x3 MU-MIMO technology to provide 2.8 Gbps throughput at 5 GHz and 600 Mbps on the 2.4-GHz radio for a total max throughput of 2.4 Gbps. The WAP581 has an integrated 2.5G Ethernet interface and a 10/100/1000 Ethernet interface with 802.3at PoE. Cisco's WAP581 Wave 2 Wi-Fi 5 access point supports as many as 200 connective client users, up to 50 active users for each radio, 16 APs for each cluster, and 960 active users per cluster.

To find out more about Progent's support for both current and older Cisco Small Business series of wireless APs, refer to Cisco Small Business wireless access points planning and support.

Cisco's Aironet Family of Wireless Access Points
Cisco Aironet Wireless Access Point ConsultingMeraki Access Points System DesignCisco's Aironet line of indoor and outdoor wireless access points has consistently been the top-selling AP product. Aironet APs run the gamut from value priced devices to advanced APs. Cisco's Aironet line cover multiple generations of devices compliant with the continually improving Wi-Fi specification. The current line of Aironet wireless access points work with Cisco's Unified Wireless Network software and incorporate 802.11ac technology, which delivers triple the performance plus greater range and density compared to the prior generation of devices. Cisco's current dual-frequency Aironet APs continue to accommodate 802.11n at 2.4 GHz for clients that do not have 802.11ac radios.

The earliest Aironet APs are now outdated devices that have come to end-of-life status and are no longer fully supported by Cisco. Progent still offers support for the complete Aironet family of APs and can assist your company to manage and troubleshoot your current Aironet wireless environment or move cost effectively to the latest Aironet technology. For details about Progent's support for current and outdated Aironet wireless access points, refer to Aironet wireless access points consulting services.

Cisco's Meraki Access Points
Cisco Meraki Wireless Access Point ConsultingCisco Meraki Wireless Access Point Configuration ConsultantsCisco's family of Meraki dual-band indoor access points range from budget-friendly models for small businesses to advanced units supporting up to 5.9 Gbit/sec throughput. Each Meraki indoor wireless access point provides high-end capabilities such as plug-and-play deployment, advanced protection, BYOD support, built-in traffic analysis, zero-touch web-based firmware updates, and centralized cloud management via an intuitive dashboard. Every Cisco Meraki indoor access point also includes dual high-power client-serving radios with enhanced receive sensitivity as well as a dedicated radio that offers (WIDS/WIPS) security for RF analysis and deep packet inspection at line rate.

Meraki outdoor wireless access points are IP67 certified, designed to operate in harsh outdoor conditions, and tested to resist dust, vibration and humidity. Meraki outdoor APs include a 1 x Gbit Ethernet port and offer advanced features that include cloud management with network-wide visibility, native Active Directory integration, built-in antivirus scan (NAC), 1-click guest access and isolation firewall, Layer 7 traffic shaping, plus auto-configuring mesh with MIMO. To find out more about Progent's support for Cisco's Meraki access points and cloud management, refer to Cisco's Meraki access points consulting services.

Cisco's Catalyst 9100 Family of Wi-Fi 6 and W-Fi 6E APs
Cisco Catalyst Access Points ConsultantsCatalyst APs SolutionsCisco's Catalyst 9100 family of Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax access points are intended for environments ranging from home offices to crowded convention centers. Catalyst 9100 APs are compliant with the 802.11ax standard, referred to as Wi-Fi 6, which is an evolution of the preceding 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) specification. As an improvement to 802.11ac, Wi-Fi 6 is designed to utilize both the 2.4-Ghz and 5-GHz bands. Important enhancements supported by Cisco Catalyst 9100 Series APs include MU-MIMO support for uplink traffic, dual NAVs for better dependability, increased device sleep time for reduced power consumption in battery-dependent endpoints, adaptive power and sensitivity thresholds for better spectrum utilization, and dynamic fragmentation for reduced overhead. Cisco Catalyst 9100 Wi-Fi 6 APs can run Cisco's EWC, handle as many as 400 clients per radio, and are powered by Cisco IOS XE Software.

Cisco Catalyst 9166 Wi-Fi 6E Access Point ConsultantsCisco's Catalyst 916x Series Wi-Fi 6E APs are the first Cisco access points with the versatility of being managed on-prem with Cisco DNA Center or from the cloud by deploying Meraki Dashboard management utilities. This permits organizations to move to cloud-based or hybrid management environments at their own pace. All Cisco's Catalyst 916x APs comply with the a/b/g/n/ac/ax and 6E Wi-Fi specifications and support the 6-GHz band. Each device has 5 radios and supports as many as 400 clients on each radio. Every AP also features a dedicated radio for Cisco CleanAir Pro for mitigating interference, includes a USB 2.0 port, and offers Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Cisco's small-footprint Catalyst 9162 Series AP is suited for small organizations, has three 2x2 radios, and includes 1x 100M/1000M/2.5G mGig Ethernet connectivity. The Catalyst 9164 Series access point is designed for small and mid-size enterprises, has one 2x2 radio and two 4x4 radios, and offers 1x 100M/1000M/2.5G mGig Ethernet support. The Catalyst 9166 Series AP is intended for large and medium-sized organizations, includes three 4x4 radios, and provides 1x 100M/1000M/2.5G/5G mGig Ethernet connectivity. The 9166 also includes environmental sensors to measure air quality, temperature, and humidity. For more information about Progent's consulting services for Cisco's Catalyst 9100 Line of 802.11ax Access Points, refer to 802.11ax APs solution design, deployment, and debugging consulting.

Cisco 9800 Series Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Controllers
Catalyst 9800-L 802.11ax Wi-Fi Controller ConsultantsCatalyst 9800 family of Wi-Fi 6-supported wireless controllers help you manage modern wireless environments that incorporate 802.11ax APs. The 802.11ax standard, popularly known as Wi-Fi 6, builds on prior generation 802.11ac (called Wi-Fi 5) devices by providing less latency and more predictable performance, supporting higher client user density, offering enhanced security, conserving energy for battery-dependent mobile devices, and allowing more flexibility for supporting the latest types of Internet-of-Things (IoT) endpoints. Catalyst 9800 Series Wi-Fi controllers include always-on availability with transparent software updates, hot fixes, and the ability to add access points with zero service interruption. Enhanced cybersecurity features include Cisco Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS), image signing, and Software-Defined Access (SD-Access). Streaming telemetry allows you to monitor and understand infrastructure and endpoint health.

All devices in the Catalyst 9800 line are based on Cisco's IOS XE Software and work with Cisco's DNA Center (DNAC) or with Cisco Prime Infrastructure network management platforms. Cisco's Catalyst 9800 wireless LAN controllers can manage Cisco Aironet Wi-Fi 5 Wave 1 and Wave 2 wireless APs concurrently with Catalyst 9100 Wi-Fi 6 Wi-Fi access points. To find out more about Progent's support for Cisco 9800 Series 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Controllers, see Cisco Catalyst 9800 family of Wi-Fi 6 wireless LAN controllers solution planning, configuration, and management consulting.

Cisco Wi-Fi 5 802.11ac Wireless LAN Controllers
Cisco Wave 2 Wi-Fi controllers enable realtime data exchange, provisioning, management, monitoring and troubleshooting for Cisco wireless devices and software services. Cisco offers both physical and virtual Wi-Fi controllers for unified administration of WiFi networks, but networks with a large number of Wi-Fi access points typically require physical wireless controllers. New Wi-Fi controller devices from Cisco deliver significant advantages in comparison to Wave 1 and older products including greater performance, concurrent support for 1G and 10G interfaces, improved application visibility and control (AVC), and advanced, built-in security.

Cisco 3504 Wi-Fi Controller Configuration ConsultantsThe Cisco 3504 Wireless Controller is an entry-level appliance with a desktop body and intended for smaller businesses. You can install the 3504 model in a centralized network environment such as in lean branch and home-based offices administered over the wide-area network via Cisco FlexConnect, or in bridge deployments where Ethernet cabling is sparse. The 3504 wireless controller supports as many as 150 wireless APs and 3,000 clients, offers 4 Gbps throughput, and supports up to 4,096 VLANs. The 3504 WiFi controller includes a Cisco Multigigabit port and four 1-Gigabit Ethernet ports. Access points can be connected directly to the WiFi controller via two PoE ports. The 3504 wireless controller offers subsecond failover for access points and users, which provides nonstop availability for applications. Like other Wave 2 Wi-Fi controllers from Cisco, the 3504 device has the integrated ability to work with Cisco Prime Infrastructure, Cisco Mobility Services, and Cisco 5520 and 8540 WiFi controllers.

Cisco 5520 Wi-Fi Controller Integration ConsultingCisco's 5520 Wireless Controller, available in a 1RU form factor, is intended to support larger enterprises and campus environments and can be used in centralized, distributed, and mesh deployments. The 5520 wireless controller can handle up to 1,500 Wi-Fi access points and 20,000 users, delivers 20 Gbps throughput, and supports up to 4,096 VLANs. The 5520 model controller includes two 10 GE interfaces and incorporates solid-state storage, backup fans, optional dual power supplies, and rapid failover for nonstop availability.

Cisco 8540 Wi-Fi Controller Setup and Troubleshooting ConsultingThe Cisco 8540 Wireless Controller, available in a 2RU form factor, is a high-end WiFi controller intended to support large enterprises, service providers, and large campus environments. The 8540 Wireless controller can be used in centralized, distributed, and mesh architectures and supports up to 6,000 APs and 64,000 users. The 8540 Wireless controller offers throughput as high as 40 Gbps and supports 4,096 VLANs. The 8340 comes with four 1-GB or 10GE interfaces and features solid-state storage, dual power supplies, backup fans, and rapid failover.

Wave 1 Cisco WiFi LAN Controllers
Wireless LAN Controllers ConsultantsCisco wireless LAN controllers reduce the effort and cost needed to configure, manage, and operate Wi-Fi networks by offering single-point control of critical tasks like setting up wireless access points, enforcing single-point policies across converged wired and wireless LANs, supporting enterprise-wide Quality of Service (QoS) for voice and HD video, tracking and optimizing network health, activating intrusion prevention tools to guard against unauthorized access and DDoS threats, and managing IPv6 clients. Cisco has designed wireless network controllers for organizations of all sizes and offers standalone desktop controllers, modular add-on controllers for Cisco routers and switches, and switches with integrated wireless controllers.

Cisco Wireless Network Controller Module Online Consulting ServicesCisco's Wave 1 wireless LAN controllers incorporate Cisco CleanAir technology to minimize RF interference and create self-optimizing wireless networks for top 802.11n and 802.11ac performance and protection. Built-in Apple Bonjour Gateways allow discovery across WLAN, LAN and WAN for Apple-based applications. For high availability, Cisco wireless network controllers allow wireless access point and client stateful switchover by permitting a standby HA wireless controller to synchronize with a primary wireless controller for AP license count, CAPWAP keys, and AP CAPWAP state. If the primary wireless controller goes down, thousands of APs and clients can switchover in less than a second to the backup controller.

Cisco's Wireless Controller Module for ISR Routers with UCS-E provides entry-level 802.11n and 802.11ac support for Cisco 2900 and 3900 Series routers used by small to medium-sized organizations and branches. This affordable and expandable solution can handle from five to 200 access points and up to 6000 wireless clients. (To learn about Progent's online and on-premises consulting and troubleshooting support for Cisco routers, refer to Cisco router deployment and troubleshooting support.)

Cisco Catalyst 3650 Series are 1RU form-factor switches intended for small to mid-size businesses and branches and come with an integrated wireless network controller with the ability to handle up to 40 Gb of wireless capacity for each switch and 25 wireless access points and 1000 clients on each switch. Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series are 1RU switches designed for midsize businesses and large enterprises and feature a built-in wireless network controller supporting up to 40 Gb of wireless throughput on each switch and the ability to handle 50 access points and up to 2000 clients. The Wireless Services Module2 is a plug-in blade for Catalyst 6500 Series switches with a built-in wireless controller designed for mid-to-large size businesses and capable of 20 Gbps throughput and able to handle up to 1000 access points and 15,000 wireless clients. (To learn about Progent's support for Cisco Catalyst switches, see Cisco Catalyst switches deployment and troubleshooting consulting.)

Cisco 2500 Wireless Controllers are entry-level desktop appliances that streamline the deployment and management of wireless networks for SMBs and branches. The Cisco 2500 wireless network controller can manage from five to 75 wireless access points and 1000 wireless clients and offers throughput of up to 1 Gbps.

Cisco Wireless Network Controllers ConsultantsCisco's 5500 Series Wireless Controller is an expandable 1RU unit designed for mid-to-large sized enterprises and campus environments and can manage up to 500 wireless access points and 7,000 clients while providing 8 Gbps throughput. The Cisco 5760 Series Wireless Controller is a 1RU appliance designed for mid-to-large campuses with support for up to 1000 access points and 12,000 wireless clients and providing throughput of 60 Gbps to accommodate high client densities and high usage of media-rich applications.

Cisco's Flex 7500 Series Wireless Controller is intended to enable centralized management of massive collections of wireless branches from one location, avoiding the need for a Wi-Fi controller at every branch. The 1RU Flex 7500 appliance allows you to establish a private cloud to configure, track, maintain, and repair as many as 6000 access points and 64,000 wireless clients while handling 1 Gbps performance. The Cisco 8500 Series Wireless Controller is a 1RU rackmount device engineered to monitor and manage wireless networks for large campuses or for service providers and can scale to handle 6000 access points and 64,000 wireless clients while delivering 10 Gbps throughput.

To find out more about Cisco wireless controllers, see Cisco Wi-Fi controllers consulting services.

Legacy Cisco APs, LAN Bridges and Controllers Supported by Progent
The introduction of the IEEE 802.11ac standard for wireless connectivity largely rendered obsolete all prior releases of Wi-Fi products for many venues that have high numbers of clients and high incidence of HD video applications. Even for organizations who do not need the bandwidth efficiency of 802.11ac Wi-Fi, many of Cisco wireless devices have reached end-of-life status, which can present serious service and regulatory compliance problems. Progent's Cisco-certified consulting experts offer remote and on-premises support for a wide array of older-generation wireless products from Cisco. Progent can also help companies to evaluate the business case for updating up-of-date wireless infrastructure and can help in planning and executing cost-effective, non-disruptive upgrades. Below are a few of Cisco legacy wireless products that Progent's consulting experts continue to support.

Legacy Cisco Aironet Access Points
Aironet 1000/1130AG family wireless access points are ideal for conventional workplaces and other venues which have little environmental variability. These products have integrated antennas that offer dependable omnidirectional range profiles. The Aironet 1130G family access point is available for controlled domains that do not allow 802.11a operation.

Aironet 1230AG/1240AG family access points are ideal for more challenging radio frequency environments like factories or above suspended ceilings which often call for adjustable protruding antennas and ruggedized cases. The 1240G family wireless access point is designed for restricted locations that do not permit 802.11a/5GHz transmission.

Aironet 1500 lightweight outside wireless mesh access points provide an economical, scalable, protected outdoor wireless solution for campus areas and for public sites that need access for mobile phones or computers.

Legacy Cisco Aironet Wireless LAN Bridges
Cisco Wireless Bridges Consulting FirmCisco Aironet wireless LAN bridges offer a high-speed and feature-rich solution for connecting numerous LANs in a metro situation or public access environment. Cisco wireless LAN bridges offer a versatile, manageable solution that meets the security demands of wide-area networking professionals. These devices manage both point-to-point and PTMP configurations with good range and the ability to handle traffic throughput as high as 54 Mbps.

Cisco Aironet wireless bridges offer data rates several times higher than E1/T1 lines for far less cost, avoiding the necessity of expensive leased lines when connecting different buildings. Because wireless bridges have no ongoing costs, the expenses saved on leased-line bills rapidly pay for the startup equipment costs. Self-installed private lines and even leased lines using metal or optical cable often require very expensive up-front costs in cases where they are separated by obstacles such as highways, railroads, or lakes and rivers. Cisco wireless LAN bridges can be installed rapidly with a fast ROI.

Cisco 1300 outdoor wireless access points/bridges can be deployed as stand-alone wireless access points, bridges, or workgroup bridges. These appliances have a tough cover and provide high-speed, cost-effective wireless interfaces between numerous fixed or mobile environments and clients.

Cisco Aironet 1400 Series bridges offer high-speed, dependable outside wireless bridging for line-of-sight (LOS) environments. These devices are housed in an all-weather cover that is optimized for harsh outside environments and can function within broad temperature ranges.

Legacy Cisco Wireless Network Controllers
Cisco Wireless Controllers ConsultantsCisco WLAN Controllers centralize the management of wireless LANs by simplifying the handling of key functions including integrated IPS, real-time RF control, automatic configuration, and full N+1 redundancy. Cisco Wireless Network controllers work with small APs to deliver superior performance and advanced management functions.

Wireless LAN Controllers provide the control, scalability, protection, and resilience that IT managers need to build safe, large-scale wireless environments, from branch offices to small businesses to main campuses. Cisco's first-generation Wireless Network Controllers can be clustered to provide accommodation for as many as 2400 WAPs for each roaming domain.

Cisco's WLCM or WLCM-E Module for IS Routers provides small-to mid-size businesses (SMBs) and large corporations a cost effective solution to deploy and manage secure wireless networks at branch offices. These devices manage up to a dozen Aironet APs and are supported on 2800/3800 Series Integrated Services Routers and Cisco 3700 Series Integrated Services Routers. (To find out about Progent's remote and on-premises support for Cisco routers, refer to Cisco router deployment and troubleshooting support.)

How Progent Can Assist Your Business with Cisco Wireless Solutions
Progent can provide a Cisco-certified consultant to assist you to plan, install, manage and troubleshoot a converged wired and wireless ecosystem incorporating a wide array of wireless devices that offer the same protection, extensibility, and ease of management you demand from your wired network. Progent can help you to maintain legacy wireless solutions from Cisco or migrate seamlessly to the latest 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 technology. Progent's CISM and CISSP security specialists can advise you about how to build protection into your WLAN and into your company's processes. Progent's disaster recovery planning consultants and business continuity planners can assist you to configure the high availability features built into Cisco's wired/wireless products so your converged infrastructure provides continuing business value.

Progent's Wi-Fi Site Survey helps you to plan and implement a state-of-the-art wireless network optimized for your facilities, providing a wireless solution that provides comprehensive coverage, high speed and density, Quality of Service features to handle IP video, advanced security, and easy management. Progent's Wireless Site Survey can be performed remotely to reduce time and expense, or on premises for more difficult facilities.

For a further discussion of Progent's wireless consulting capabilities, visit Progent's Wireless Network Support Services.

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